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166 TECHNOLOGY / ANNUAL PRODUCT GUIDE


Selador Desire D22 ETC


ETC continues to improve access to low profile, high powered lighting, with the powerful Selador Desire D22 full-colour or white LED wash fixture, and the Source Four Mini framing spot. Both offered in portable, ceiling or track mounted versions, they are perfect for anywhere that needs fixtures that can easily blend into an architectural or artistic design. www.etcconnect.com


MILA HALLA


The MILA lighting system offers an unlimited freedom of various shapes by combining just one light fixture. Individual light fixtures are coupled by a unique magnetic system without using other tools; this is why assembling the lighting system is very simple, allowing many alternatives in respect of the shape. Light fixtures are fitted with up-to-date LED modules installed inside a fixture made from aluminium profiles of different colours. Renowned Dutch architect and designer Rob van Beek designed the fitting. www.halla.eu/mila


Inspire Chroma Q


Transform the look and feel of architec- tural, retail or commercial spaces with the Chroma-Q Inspire LED house light. RGBW colour mixing via DMX control provides a choice of clean whites, soft pastels and bold saturates, making it ideal for decorative lighting. In addi- tion, the powerful, energy efficient LED output and compact, stylish exterior make it suitable for almost any type of space large or small. www.chroma-q.com


INTERIOR


LD36 LightGraphix


The LD36 surface washer features the latest in LED technology and uses collimating lenses to focus the light, packaged in a very compact profile. De- signed to create a continuous wash, the LED spacing is maintained across mul- tiple lengths. Specially designed high efficiency optics guarantee excellent beam spread and shape. LD36 offers great flexibility to the designer, with a range of options that suit most appli- cations, details and project budgets. Lengths are custom made to suit. www.lightgraphix.co.uk


The Light Stick KLIK Systems


Rubico Range Havells-Sylvania


Within the Sylvania Rubico range there is a choice of three different optics: a micro-prism optic (MPO), a louvre with Satin wings and a louvre with perforated wings. These options allow contractors and specifiers to deliver exactly the right brightness and light distribution required by the project. Sylvania Rubico is available in 600 x 600mm as well as 1200 x 300mm sizes for the MPO version. The easy-to-install luminaire comes supplied with Sylvania T5 fluorescent lamps. www.havells-sylvania.com


The Light Stick is a cylindrical pendant created bespoke for the Translational Research Institute, a bio-medical re- search facility in Queensland, Australia, which received the 2013 QLD Design Award of Commendation from the IES Lighting Society. Free from glare and the conformity of conventional lighting systems, the vertical sticks break up the tasks of lab lighting in large open spaces. Cylindrical lighting themes co- incide throughout the building, creat- ing synchronised harmony. KLIK Systems were proud to provide the pendants for Aurecon’s outstanding lighting design. www.kliksystems.com


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